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Steve Jobs Theater has some surprises for event attendees

Steve Jobs Theater
Steve Jobs Theater has some surprises for event attendees
Apple is all set to be launch much awaited and talked smartphone of 2017, iPhone 8, next week in the Steve Jobs Theater of the company brand new campus.  It’s a state-of-the-art building in which no expense was spared, with some nifty tricks up its sleeve.

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According to Bloomberg, the Steve Jobs Theater has some surprises for the attendees of next week’s iPhone unveiling. Upon first entering the building, visitors will see that the roof is a silver disc enclosed by glass walls that make it seems as though the roof is floating. Inside, there are two custom-made futuristic rotating elevators that only has one door to enter and exit.

The theater where the keynote will take place seats up to 1,000 people with top-of-the-line leather seats that reportedly cost $14,000 each. After Tim Cook concludes the event, an inside wall will retract, opening up to the demo area where the new products will be on display.

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With all these features, it will be the great experience for attendees of the event, where Apple is expected to launch the three models of iPhone and other products from Apple on 12th September.

The Main Attraction of the event will be iPhone 8, which is in the news for all the possible leaks and rumors. If the rumors and leaks are to be believed iPhone 8 is expected to have some great features. One of the biggest leaks about iPhone 8 was from the Apple HomePod firmware, some of the key features are:

·      The biggest and most divisive piece of information to come out of the HomePod firmware is the fact that the iPhone 8 will not come with the Touch ID sensor embedded underneath the display. The developers found nothing in the code to suggest an in-screen fingerprint sensor.

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·      What the developers did find was several references to the term "BKFaceDetect" in which BK most probably stands for Biometric Kit (taking Apple's love for the work 'Kit' into account - ARKit, HomeKit and so on). This seemingly confirms a report by Bloomberg which said that the iPhone 8 will come with 3D face unlocking which will allow users to log-in, launch secure applications and authenticate payments. They also found references to an infrared camera which would most probably be used by the iPhone 8 to detect a person's face in the dark.

·      The HomePod firmware contains an image that confirms that the iPhone 8 will have a bezel-less design and an edge-to-edge display. The image also confirms that the smartphone will have a 'notch' at the top just like the one found on Andy Rubin's Essential phone which will house the sensors and the front facing camera.

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